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the next couple of days and the temperatures could make area roads stretchrous to say the least. this is mobile 6, showing the traffic conditions not very bad as the commute seems to be pretty good, but you want to be careful of slick spots mobile 6 is moving along well and we'll continue to check the status throughout the evening. "action news" is live with team coverage of the snow and john rawlins tracking conditions in delaware county and meteorologist cecily tynan and monica malpass is monitoring conditions now. lets begin with cecily with the latest from stormtracker 6 live double scan. >> it's big story is the refreeze, because stormtracker 6 live double scan showing there really isn't anything falling from the sky right on schedule this storm system moved out and now as far as snowfall totals we called for 1 to 2 inches of
snow. kennett square 1.5 and williamstown 1.4 and wood side new jersey an even inch of snow. it was enough to cause problems in the morning and afternoon hours, here is what to expect we see a few flakes here or there and the steady snow is out of here and temperatures are falling well below freezing and they have been below freezing all day and that means icy patches and slick spots through the evening hours and tomorrow. future tracker showing we are not completely done with the snow and in the morning we see clouds generally dry however following this clipper is an arctic front and this has enough moisture to see out some sort of snow squalls in the afternoon hours, they are isolated and could reduce visibilities and address a quick coating of snow but what it does is open the door for brutally cold air, that
is the big story for the rest of the week, for more on that lets head to meteorologist, melissa magee. >> as we track the alberta clippers that move on through, they reenforce the cold air in the delaware and lehigh valley that is what we deal with as we get into the day on thursday 23 in philadelphia and 19 in allentown and teens for reading and lancaster and 13 in the poconos and along the coast in beach haven sea isle city in the upper 20s, check out the temperatures in the upper atlantic region 42 in richmond virginia and the arctic front is moving on through and 16 in buffalo and pittsburgh. we have the core of that cold air 1 degree below zero in international falls and the single digits in bismark north dakota sioux falls in south
dakota. 6:30 tomorrow evening, windchills in the single digits as we get into philadelphia not much of a recovery with these temperatures temperatures are bee will he zero and in fact 20 degrees below zero likely thursday morning into the poconos that is why the national weather service issued the winter weather advisory for carbon and monroe counties. we'll take a closer look at the forecast and see how long this cold snap is sticking around. >> thank you. the commute is messy throughout the area today. these septa riders were boarding a bus in east falls. >> and as cecily and melissa mentioned the snow is clearing out but it was a much different story earlier today. >> switching live to john rawlins in media for how
conditions were in delaware and chester county today. hey john. >> hi monica i'll tell you this is state street in media we saw the last flake fall here about 45 minutes ago, primary and most secondary roads are now fairly clear, it's a far cry from what we had this morning when we had a rocky and slow start. it was a fine, light christmas card like snow that fell on the western suburbs this morning, a blanket of white pretty to look at but not drive in. slow and slippery i have four-wheel-drive and i slid off the back roads there was slipping and sliding on main roads as well. icy conditions were reported but snow was not enough to cancel school in delaware or chester counties but during the morning rush quick trips became something else.
>> i started out and it took me an hour and a half because 202 was a parking lot, dead stand still nothing plowed. >> i left an hour and a half ago to take my son to school and i got a quarter mile, and turned around it was slippery and slick and i conget anywhere. >> it took a lot of salt to improve things but drivers said by late morning the roads were improving. >> they are out and doing their jobs and i made it here safely. but please take it slow. >> that is good advice if are you driving or walking, much of the pavement is clear over here, but other spots like this sidewalk is still snow covered and given the low temperatures it could get real dicey real quick, live in media john rawlins channel 6 "action news." down at the shore you can recognize the coast in atlantic city this morning as storm
clouds moved over the resort town this is the view from the sky 6 camera and it stayed dreary there all day long. meantime in delaware the traffic was snarled in newport, newcastle county after a crash there, this was it's scene along route 41 as drivers moved along at a steady crawl. time to check conditions on the traffic report tuesday night. matt pellman is in the traffic center how is the evening shaping up? >> is this too little snow to complain about rick and monica? >> no not at all. >> i know you'll complain rick, we have a lot of accidents from a little bit of snow, it doesn't take much and on it's secondary roads we see a lot of slush and ice you can see a coating of slush on the roadway and if you hit that and try to stop you'll go slip sliding into that field. you have to take it easy even though the highways are looking
good for the most part. accidents in buckingham township on 413 on new and smith roads and one on 309 northbound past perkasie to watch out for and past the rocket car wash, a crash along high street at route 100. and mostly wet here and congested here in port richmond near allegheny avenue and over in mount laurel, a wreck at 73 southbound approaching the new jersey turnpike the left lane is out of commission because of that crash. we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> of course stay on top of the weather changing information visit 6abc.com/weather for storm tracker 6 radar and the latest video from our "action news" meteorologist and our collection of weather related photos and videos. rick, those traveling on the roads of course taking note of the weather in our area and so are those traveling in the
skies, passengers on a southwest airlines flight heading to philadelphia had a scare because of rough turbulence, this is video of the jet when it made it on to the ground safely walter perez is following this story for us live at philadelphia international airport walter people on board say they were literally bounced around? >> that is right sharrie, the passengers said the whole thing lasted about ten minutes as the southwest flight made its way here from nashville. >> it was like a roller coaster ride. >> he says it started the initial decent when things got bumpy. >> i was sleeping and all of a sudden yelled really loud and people came off their seats. >> the passengers were apparently not the only ones alarmed. the following is the radio transmission from the pilot to air traffic control when the plane hit turbulence. >> we have a flight attendant
possibly injured from turbulence. >> passengers were spoke with said what made it so frightening was that it occurred suddenly without warning of impending turbulence. >> there was a big lurch and people flew out of their seats and an attendant dropped a bag of garbage. it looks scary during the turbulence. >> reporter: we are sure it did. that flight was one of many delayed due to and leaving from phl because of weather today. walter perez channel 6 "action news." >> okay walter you are right. lets take a look at the other flights being affected or facing
a set back. philadelphia international airport issued a ground delay for flights from 3:20 until 10:00 p.m. because of snow and ice so flights are delayed into philadelphia 164 minutes, a nearly three hour delay for planes trying to land at phl and are on a de-icing schedule since 6:00 this morning and that is still in affect as of right now. >> still to come on "action news" tonight. if you are running into trouble keeping to the new years resolutions, ali gorman spoke to a local author that could help you stay on track and we'll check in with cecily tynan.
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both described as career criminals. dignitaries from both sides of the political aisle gathered today to mourn former new york governor mario cuomo he died at the age of 82 his family says he died at home from natural causes due to heart failure he served as governor from 1983 to 1995, his son andrew and current governor of new york said his father was not a typical politician, he was not interested in pleasing the audience and not in speech or life and he believed what he believed or the reaction of the audience or the popularity of his belief was irrelevant to him. >> former president bill clinton and hillary clinton and current mayor bill deblasio were among the attendants.
new members for congress were sworn in. norcroft of new jersey and ryan costello, a republican from chester county represents the sixth district covering lebanon and montgomery county. health check tonight, lots of people want to make positive changes for the new year and too many fall by the way side, a local author and coach says she can help you succeed and it comes down to planning and small changes ali gorman spoke with the author and joins us from the big board. her book is called your best year yet a catch all new years resolution book to get organizes or lose weight or quit smoking, the book offered tips to keep you motivated. coach kelly visits "action news" to talk new years resolutions and how to have your best year
yet and one of the most common mistakes is after ringing in the new year they try to do something all at once. >> lose 35 pounds and clean our house and save all of our money and we forget there are 365 days in the year. in her book she breaks it down day by day and tackles each of the 12 most common resolutions whether it's to organize your home or life or master finances or eat healthier kennedy has a daily tip or action to get you one step closer to your goal. i'm not asking people to drop $800 at whole foods or throw away everything in their house or get a job or get a divorce, these are easy things you can do. >> one is set realistic and simple goals if you are trying to lose weight say how much by when and what you'll do to get
there. and for smoking set a quit day. and the book is meant to be flexible. >> there are people whose finances are good and their relationships aren't. their workplace is great but their health is not good. this is meant to help people take control over every area of their life. >> karen says rather than reading three or four different books, the best year yet cover its all. we have information at 6abc.com. rick and monica back to you. >> thank you ali. more "action news" coming your way.
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time for accuweather and cecily tynan is here and old man winter hit us when expected. not a tremendous snow storm but the first one of 2015, some people like the snow this is from amanda of middletown, it shows her little girl and son enjoying the snow this photo is of a summer baby. this is like rick when it snows. not everybody likes the snow. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing the steady accumulating snow is over and gray in parts of chester county and parts of western montgomery county and those are lingering flurries and the low pressure is moving out. some of the higher snowfall totals still not a lot in florence, new jersey 1.5 and
wayne and millville new jersey reporting snow, an inch in philadelphia. our low was 19 degrees, how high only 24 degrees and temperatures will not be climbing out of the 20s until friday right now it's 24 in philadelphia and millville 22 and allentown 19 and reading 17 and wilmington 23 degrees, it doesn't feel that bad because the winds are light wind speed from calm to 6 miles per hour and the big change for tomorrow is that it will get very blustery. you'll feel a change in the air mass and it will feel colder than today. satellite 6 along with action radar showing that system is moving out and now an arctic boundary from the great lakes and that brings us a shot of cold air not a lot of moisture associated with it and it's around here, but when it pulls
through the heights lower and that could pull moisture from the upper atmosphere in the form of snow squalls, not everyone will see them but we'll have a few in the afternoon. wind gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour and windchills will generally be in the single digits and teens and again in the afternoon the best chance between 4:00 and 6:00, in the city we'll see a few snow squalls and a brief burst of pretty intense snow and could increase visibility and bring a fresh coating of snow, the windchill tomorrow morning, generally in the teens and look at what happens by late tomorrow night, by 11:00 the windchill 8 below and the poconos, the windchill not making that up 24 degrees below zero and windchills remain below zero for most of our viewing area for thursday morning. this is the coldest air mass since last january, when we had
the polar vortex. cold overnight low 15 to 20 and the five-day at 5:00 showing tomorrow windy and cold and 26 degrees and snow squalls in the afternoon and they are isolated on thursday this is the heart of the cold air the high only 28 degrees and we recover on friday 38 degrees and then another shot of arctic air 28 on saturday and sunday 36 and cloudy and rain and snow on monday and melissa will talk about that in the exclusive accuweather forecast. bundle up tomorrow. >> thank you cecily. more to come in the next half hour of "action news" at 5:00. a berks county father is put in handcuffs after a run-in with one of his daughter's friends and we are continuing to follow the first of year when "action news" comes right back.
"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph rick williams and monica malpass. hello again here is what is happening on "action news" tuesday night. our region is cleaning up and clearing out after the first snowfall of the year we are live with road conditions and more and new york's police department is rocked again by to police officers that were targeted while on duty. >> an ocean cop jumps in the
river to save a suicidal woman. we'll hear from the officer directly on "action news." the area is breaking out the shovels and brooms for first snowfall. it wasn't a major snow maker but made getting out of the area tricky and dangerous at times. a driver was killed on a head-on crash in cherry hill on berlin road it involved a car and a delivery van, authorities are not releasing the victim's name and it's not clear if the other driver was injured. >> meanwhile along south clinton area people bundled up in hats and scarves to go to work. one man rode his bike to his destination, hopefully he got there without slipping on icy patches. >> a cold wait for the bus ride this morning. people had large umbrellas to
shield them from snow and the buses kept up with demand despite dealing with road reasons. >> in montgomery county the trucks with hard at work when the sun came up. the snow continued to cover montgomery avenue. lets get the latest from monica malpass live at the "action news" big board. >> reporter: hi there rick and monica we are tracking double scan radar and the clipper system is moving north and east and still some left over flakes and flurries this moisture is tapering off. we have seen in wilmington 1.6 inches of snow and 1.2 in horsham and pleasantville in south jersey we have seen 1.1 inches of snowfall. here is what to expect for the rest of the evening, and the early half of the hours we'll end and a few flakes are around
for the rest of the evening commute. the problem is throughout most of the day today temperatures are below freezing and stay that way in the nighttime hours. this leads to icy patches and slick spots on untreated surfaces, the core of the cold air works its way eastward and as you wake up tomorrow morning windchill numbers are in the teens and you have the single digits north and west of town. and this isn't the worst of that air it moves in wednesday and into thursday we'll look at that with the full and exclusive accuweather forecast. >> lets head to matt pellman, he is live at the "action news" traffic center with an update on the roadway conditions, matt slow and steady gets you home. >> yes and some spots you are forced to go slow and here in
downingtown, we have one of those snow squalls cecily was talking about. traffic is sluggish and the snow continues to fall in downingtown. and a bunch sk accidents 309 in buck county past perkasie watching one in the heart of landsdale as well on maple shade and slow speeds on the northeast extension away from plymouth meeting avoid bristol road at valley road and normal delays are in full affect like on the roosevelt boulevard on up to broad street mostly the highways like the boulevard extension are damp at this point. that downed pole could be there until tomorrow morning. mass transit is a slight delay on the patco trains. back over to you. >> thank you. now that the snow has stopped people at the philadelphia international airport are trying to get things back on track we
are live now sky 6 hd at the tarmac there have been massive delays up to three hours inbound and that affects outbound and canceled flights as well. if you are flying out a good idea to check with your air carrier or call phl gate before heating out. we have features we added to the 6 abc storm tracker app you can report your own weather, tap the icon and share your own photo and use a photo from your mobile device and pick your favorite weather picture and download the 6 abc weather app it's free right now. the theft trial against don tollson is underway he is acting as his own attorney is he accused of frauding people out of $300,000 by selling packages to sporting events
they nor the winning bidders received what they were promised. from the delaware newsroom police completed their investigation into claims that nascar driver kurt busch assaulted his girlfriend. now they will decide if charges will be filed. she claims he choked her and smashed her into the wall. busch has denied the alligation. a buck county father is facing charges after he allegedly attacked his daughter's male friend. reginald hardy saw a man sneaking around his apartment with his 17-year-old daughter and he hit the man and cut his dread locks hardy has now apologizes and will be in court next week. police have charged to men in connection with the shooting of two nypd officers in the
bronx, the to officers were responding to a grocery store robbery they joined three other plain clothes officers in the search the to officers were wuned by the same shooter, the nypd released surveillance footage of one of the suspects and that led to a flood of tips. >> putting the photograph out helped. we got in a short period of time to our tips hot line, 29 tips, ten of which accurately identified the suspect. the suspected trigger man will be charged with five counts of attempted murder and robbery and carjacking and the other man is only charged in the robbery, both officers are listed in stable condition tonight. last night's shooting comes two weeks after the deadly patrol car ambush that killed to officers.
world news with david muir will have the latest into the shooting of the two new york police officers you can watch that following "action news" at 6:00. an ocean county police officer says was just doing his job but his split second reaction saved a woman in distress and he is hailed as a hero, nora muchanic has the story. >> completely unresponsive and eyes glazed over, when jamesal ban banez pulled his cruiser into wynnewood beach park and was told there was a woman in the water near the dock trying to take her life. >> going into the water i didn't think twice. >> he stripped off his belt and gun and other gear and radioed dispatch for help, he grabbed a life jacket and dove into the 44 degree water. >> i was past neck deep and swam
about four yards to reach her and when i got my feet underneath me i carried her under my arms. a group of police and emt's were there to revive the victim. >> she is expected to survive because the officer responded instantly for a life or death sitdation. >> she came to shore with water bubbling out of her mouth unconscious, he is a great guy on this particular day god put him in the right place at the right time. >> he has years of water training rescue the officer is getting pats on the back but doesn't consider himself a hero. >> it's what i signed up to do and i know any other officer in the brick town police department would do the same thing. >> the officer of course stressing he doesn't want to be called a hero but he did put
himself in danger, he went to the hospital they were concerned for him being cold and out of breath they took x-rays and treated him and he is expected to be just fine. >> thank you still to come on "action news" tuesday night. he was once considered as a possible vice president of the united states and now this former governor is getting ready to go to prison. and you'll hear from an olympic gold medalist about the loss of two skiers. temperatures across our area are in the 20s, out to the north and west and the northern plains windchill numbers below zero 24 degrees below zero in international falls. that moves eastward as early as tomorrow. plus, jaime apody has flyers and college hoops in sports when "action news" continues in just a moment.
bob mcdonald will spend two years in federal prison for corruption he was charged for selling a dietary supplement. he was found guilty by a jury in december and his wife marine was also tried and convicted. it's far less than the ten years the prosecutors were seeking. for the first time in ten years, the republicans assumed power in the house and senate in the senate mitch mcconnell assumed his new title as majority leader. and john boehner was reelected as speaker of the house. despite the small amount of lawmakers that attempted to unseat him. >> harry reid, the nevada democrat is home on doctor's
orders this shows his face partially covered in bandages he broke several ribs and bones in his face during winter break when part of the exercise equipment he was on broke and he fell. now the flyers are back on the ice looking for a win and they may be shorthanded. >> jaime apody is live in the sports center with more on that. >> hey there guys, five straight losses what they need to do tonight against ottawa is stop the bleeding their captain is a game time decision after suffering the horrific cut on his ankle on friday. he was sliced by a skate blade and the problem is where his boot rubs against the stitches and the team is in a rut but giroux is worried about his explosiveness. >> being abe to compete at the high level if i think i can do that i'll be fine.
>> i can't make that decision for him he has to make that decision. that is him. the trainers have done what they need to do and we informed him of everything, it will go off how he feels. >> we don't know if giroux will play but one thing is for sure, the villanova wildcats are doing something they have not done all season long, taking the court after a loss. they are taking on 24th ranked, st. johns tonight. they were trying to break the school record in school history. that was 1937-38, and now they lost last night. curious to see how previously undefeated teams played off a loss. >> i'm not concerned but kind of interested they come back with a great attitude and work ethic i'll be interested to see how they play but not worried about
how they play. >> maybe in march you never want to lose a game but the greatest thing about this is we'll learn from it. >> don't look now sixers fans, but they are out of last place not sure if that is a good thing or bad thing they did something they haven't done since april they won a home game. tony roton's lay-up gave them a 93-92 lead and the sixers beat lebron james and iringless cavs. they were not apologetic for winning they are tied with the knicks and t'wolves for the fewest wins in the league. for the first time since 1965 there are four new players enshrined in coopers town. mike piazza fell 28 votes short. he finished his career with the
phillies, helping them to the fall classic in 2009. randy johnson won five cy youngs and was named on over 97% of the ballots and rounding out the trio brave's john smoltz. and the induction ceremony is july 26th in coopers town. piazza has to wait another year guys. the u.s. ski team is morning a loss of two young skiers bryce and ronny were among the group of six skiers training in austria they were heading down the mountain and went off the trail and got caught in the avalanche they assembled but couldn't save them. >> you know it was a horrible way to go and horrible to have any loss of life at that age, it's really sad for us.
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to two inches. it's starting to move on out but get ready for the chill, we'll show you stormtracker 6 live double scan, some left over flakes and snow showers, we'll go tighter on stormtracker 6 live double scan street level and you can see close to buxom county and perkasie some snow showers moving into your region and the south on i-47 6 there a cluster of snow showers, this will taper into the evening hours and get ready for the chill that sticks around midweek the action cam was outside earlier this afternoon. getting a shot of the holly bush you can see the snow covered leaves and branches and for the most part we saw an inch to 2 inches of snowfall. philadelphia is reporting an inch of snow. these numbers are cold, we are below average and below freezing and 16 degrees below average for
the high and officially 40 degrees, nowhere near that with the arctic clipper moving through. 19 in trenton and 18 for reading and lancaster along the coast temperatures are in the middle and lower 20s. satellite 6 along with action radar shows you that things thin out across the region that is what is left of the clipper system that moved out it moves out to the north and east and the clouds are starting to break apart as well and staying partly cloudy and cold as we get into the overnight hours and into wednesday. future tracker 6 has this set up for you we are tracking an arctic front through the day and the clipper system is part of that front and that moves in tomorrow. 7:00 in the morning and a couple of left over snow showers are around and once the front moves on through, we could find a burst of snow once again popping up across the region by 1:00
it's north and west of town and you get renegade snow showers from the frontal boundary moving on through, it's windy and a colder day winds gust 30 to 40 miles per hour. and windchills for most of the region from 5 to 15 degrees during the day and a few snow squalls and a brief burst of snow and it looks to arrive in the city between 4:00 and 6:00 in the evening. once the front moves on through, get ready for the winds and windchills the advisory is issued for carbon and monroe counties, it started tomorrow night, we could see windchills from 15 to 20 degrees below zero extra layers are needed. and the call from accuweather for the rest of the tonight, partly cloudy and it's a cold one 20 in the city and 15 in the suburbs. tomorrow windy and cold the high of 26 but dress for windchills in the single digits especially north and west and
the teens into the afternoon hours, the core of the cold moves in wednesday night and wednesday night into thursday bitterly cold on thursday with the high temperature of 22 on friday sunshine and it's not as harsh, the high temperature is 34, at least 2 degrees above freezing by then, but it doesn't last back into the deep freeze on saturday and we are tracking snow showers over the weekend. stick around guys. >> thanks melissa, a new year and new show, tonight on abc prime time, the character is a familiar face for all the marvel fans out there it's called marvel agent carter it centers around peggy carter through marvel's captain carter and it's 1946 and agent carter played by haley atwell is back from world war ii and is fighting for respect among a male driven
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers meteorologist, cecily tynan and jim gardner. the snow is all but gone at this hour, but it deposited an inch or two in the tri-state area motorists were wise to drive carefully on slippery roads like here in german town and here on south broad street but the departure of the snow is accompanied by frigid temperatures the rest of the week. >> the big story is the frigid temperatures for the rest of the week and temperatures continue to plunge. "action news" reporter chad
pradelli and david henry are standing by but first lets go to meteorologist, cecily tynan. >> stormtracker 6 live double scan showing that the accumulating snow is out of here and we have a few snow showers along the border of bucks and montgomery county but most of the snow has moved out as far as it's amounts they are right on target wilmington 1.6 inches and new london 1.5 and horsham 1.2 and philadelphia reporting an even inch of snow. now tonight what to expect partly cloudy and cold night overnight low dropping down to 15 to 20 degrees, any standsing water will refreeze so be careful there are icy patches for your morning commute and the winds will really kick up tomorrow. we have got an arctic front that is moving through and first of